Bring the world premiere of No Science To Goodbye to the Festival of Colour and BATS theatre

By Annabel Wilson

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Bring The World Premiere Of No Science To Goodbye To The Festival Of Colour And BATS Theatre

Project 2017-03-14 09:35:39 +1300

  1. Ravel Productions is a theatre company whose vision is to tell innovative and engaging stories about people and place. In April this year, we are bringing our new show, No Science To Goodbye to Glenorchy and Wanaka for the Festival of Colour, followed by a season at BATS theatre in Wellington. We need your help to make this happen!

No Science To Goodbye interweaves spoken word, drama and soundscape to show a trio of unravelling lives. The piece has been called a "theatrical poem", with each scene the verse in the larger work.

It is a quintessentially New Zealand story which explores how our lives and decisions are woven together and how we find our place to stand within this landscape. It asks questions that will resonate with people from both the cities and the regions: How are people connected to place?  How do we communicate in today’s world? What is left unsaid in the spaces between our conversations? What are the consequences for the things we don’t say? How do we calculate risk? How do we deal with loss? Where do the poetic and the rational coincide?

After a succesful development season in 2016, the work is now ready to unfurl onstage. We have some funding from the Otago Community Trust, Southland Community Trust, a QLDC Creative Communities grant, RNZ and the Festival of Colour and we just need a little more to cover the travel costs of getting the cast and crew to the Southern Lakes - the home of the play.

Please join us on our journey and support the creation and presentation of new NZ theatre.

NO SCIENCE TO GOODBYE - PREMIERE SEASON APRIL 2017 

Written by Annabel Wilson

Directed by KJ Smith

Assistant Direction by Calvin Petersen

Devising Cast Frankie Berge, Calvin Petersen and Chris Tempest

Live soundscape by Cory Champion

Design by Poppy Serano

Dramaturgical Advisors Gary Henderson & Jane Yonge

Script Advisor Sam Dickson

 

Listen to our recent interview with Lynn Freeman on RNZ.

First workshopped in 2016 by Anna Shaw, Annabel Wilson, Frankie Berge, Calvin Petersen, Jack Sergent-Shadbolt and Cory Champion with support from NZ Pacific Studio, Tararua Creative Communities and Central Lakes Trust.

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4 days left and just $500 to go! And we've added Coastella 2018 tickets to our rewards!

03/04/2017 at 12:21 PM

Take the music lover in your life to the best little beachside music festival in the land. Wellingtonians can enjoy rocking out in the sunshine at this sweet event -an awesome reward for one of our last minute pledgers. That's pretty much half price Coastella 2018 tickets for a couple of our finest fans. Who's in?

Big love and kudos to all those who have helped us get this far. We are so close now! Please spread the word about our campaign to your networks. We look forward to seeing you at the Festival of Colour, BATS theatre or just in cyberspace. You rule!

QUARTER OF THE WAY THERE! 2x 'Showmance' escapes still up for grabs

26/03/2017 at 9:30 AM

Woo hoo, thanks to you guys we are quarter of the way to raising $2K in 2 weeks. Our campaign is rolling along nicely and the top two rewards are still available. Check out Te Kouka apartment - it's a stylish, sweet pad right in central Cuba St, Wellington. Ideal for a couple or a few friends who want to make a night of it and treat themselves to a minibreak in the city with tickets to the show and a lush welcome hamper included. Spread the word! x

ANNOUNCING THE COOLEST REWARD EVER! Play a game of Operation with the Shortland St bomber!

25/03/2017 at 10:36 AM

Our leading man Chris Tempest played the evil Dr Josh Gallagher who blew up the Warner family bach in the 2013 finale. Now a handful of lucky pledgers have the chance to challenge him to a game of Operation. And you get to keep the boardgame as well!

Listen to our interview with Lynn Freeman on RNZ!

20/03/2017 at 3:10 PM

KJ and Annabel were interviewed by Lynn Freeman on RNZ's Standing Room Only last Sunday. Click this link to listen to our discussion, an extract from the opening lines of the play and a snippet of Cory Champion's soundscape.

    Pledgers 54

    prue wilson
    2017-03-28 09:31:21 +1300
    Ellen Anderson
    2017-03-27 11:21:48 +1300
    Rachel Brown
    2017-03-27 09:31:38 +1300
    Simon Brebner
    2017-03-26 21:50:54 +1300

    "Go Annabel"

    Ainsley Benefield
    2017-03-26 21:23:23 +1300
    Harold Hill
    2017-03-26 20:05:32 +1300
    Lois Diana Mills
    2017-03-26 15:05:05 +1300
    Lois Diana Mills
    2017-03-26 15:04:00 +1300
    Olivia Morris
    2017-03-26 11:34:30 +1300
    Alice Talbot
    2017-03-25 22:15:38 +1300

    "Sorry to be missing the premiere. All the best xx"

    Prairie Pritchett
    2017-03-25 11:06:30 +1300

    "So proud of you woman! "

    Jessica Larking
    2017-03-25 11:00:26 +1300
    Fiona McPhee
    2017-03-25 09:35:58 +1300
    Victoria Haydon
    2017-03-25 09:02:02 +1300
    Nick jobling
    2017-03-24 23:44:32 +1300
    Kristin Boyes
    2017-03-24 20:01:00 +1300

    "Woohoo!!! Can't wait!!! "

    Sharon Parker
    2017-03-24 18:59:25 +1300

    "Go Ravel! "

    Kate
    2017-03-23 20:20:00 +1300

    "Looking forward to the play!"

    Kirsty Taylor
    2017-03-23 20:13:10 +1300

    "Go Annabel! So proud of you!! "

    Jennifer McDougall
    2017-03-23 12:53:27 +1300

    "Having seen the moments of the play I'm too sad I can't go to the production so here's what I would have paid for tickets."

    Sally Norman
    2017-03-22 21:41:24 +1300

    "'Action follow thought' "

    Brenda Jessup
    2017-03-22 20:31:39 +1300
    Frith O'Hagan
    2017-03-22 17:13:44 +1300
    Anonymous pledger
    2017-03-22 16:12:20 +1300

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    Followers of Bring the world premiere of No Science To Goodbye to the Festival of Colour and BATS theatre

    Bring The World Premiere Of No Science To Goodbye To The Festival Of Colour And BATS Theatre

    Project 2017-03-14 09:35:39 +1300

    1. Ravel Productions is a theatre company whose vision is to tell innovative and engaging stories about people and place. In April this year, we are bringing our new show, No Science To Goodbye to Glenorchy and Wanaka for the Festival of Colour, followed by a season at BATS theatre in Wellington. We need your help to make this happen!

    No Science To Goodbye interweaves spoken word, drama and soundscape to show a trio of unravelling lives. The piece has been called a "theatrical poem", with each scene the verse in the larger work.

    It is a quintessentially New Zealand story which explores how our lives and decisions are woven together and how we find our place to stand within this landscape. It asks questions that will resonate with people from both the cities and the regions: How are people connected to place?  How do we communicate in today’s world? What is left unsaid in the spaces between our conversations? What are the consequences for the things we don’t say? How do we calculate risk? How do we deal with loss? Where do the poetic and the rational coincide?

    After a succesful development season in 2016, the work is now ready to unfurl onstage. We have some funding from the Otago Community Trust, Southland Community Trust, a QLDC Creative Communities grant, RNZ and the Festival of Colour and we just need a little more to cover the travel costs of getting the cast and crew to the Southern Lakes - the home of the play.

    Please join us on our journey and support the creation and presentation of new NZ theatre.

    NO SCIENCE TO GOODBYE - PREMIERE SEASON APRIL 2017 

    Written by Annabel Wilson

    Directed by KJ Smith

    Assistant Direction by Calvin Petersen

    Devising Cast Frankie Berge, Calvin Petersen and Chris Tempest

    Live soundscape by Cory Champion

    Design by Poppy Serano

    Dramaturgical Advisors Gary Henderson & Jane Yonge

    Script Advisor Sam Dickson

     

    Listen to our recent interview with Lynn Freeman on RNZ.

    First workshopped in 2016 by Anna Shaw, Annabel Wilson, Frankie Berge, Calvin Petersen, Jack Sergent-Shadbolt and Cory Champion with support from NZ Pacific Studio, Tararua Creative Communities and Central Lakes Trust.

    Comments

    You need to pledge to see this update.

    4 days left and just $500 to go! And we've added Coastella 2018 tickets to our rewards!

    03/04/2017 at 12:21 PM

    Take the music lover in your life to the best little beachside music festival in the land. Wellingtonians can enjoy rocking out in the sunshine at this sweet event -an awesome reward for one of our last minute pledgers. That's pretty much half price Coastella 2018 tickets for a couple of our finest fans. Who's in?

    Big love and kudos to all those who have helped us get this far. We are so close now! Please spread the word about our campaign to your networks. We look forward to seeing you at the Festival of Colour, BATS theatre or just in cyberspace. You rule!

    QUARTER OF THE WAY THERE! 2x 'Showmance' escapes still up for grabs

    26/03/2017 at 9:30 AM

    Woo hoo, thanks to you guys we are quarter of the way to raising $2K in 2 weeks. Our campaign is rolling along nicely and the top two rewards are still available. Check out Te Kouka apartment - it's a stylish, sweet pad right in central Cuba St, Wellington. Ideal for a couple or a few friends who want to make a night of it and treat themselves to a minibreak in the city with tickets to the show and a lush welcome hamper included. Spread the word! x

    ANNOUNCING THE COOLEST REWARD EVER! Play a game of Operation with the Shortland St bomber!

    25/03/2017 at 10:36 AM

    Our leading man Chris Tempest played the evil Dr Josh Gallagher who blew up the Warner family bach in the 2013 finale. Now a handful of lucky pledgers have the chance to challenge him to a game of Operation. And you get to keep the boardgame as well!

    Listen to our interview with Lynn Freeman on RNZ!

    20/03/2017 at 3:10 PM

    KJ and Annabel were interviewed by Lynn Freeman on RNZ's Standing Room Only last Sunday. Click this link to listen to our discussion, an extract from the opening lines of the play and a snippet of Cory Champion's soundscape.

      prue wilson
      2017-03-28 09:31:21 +1300
      Ellen Anderson
      2017-03-27 11:21:48 +1300
      Rachel Brown
      2017-03-27 09:31:38 +1300
      Simon Brebner
      2017-03-26 21:50:54 +1300

      "Go Annabel"

      Ainsley Benefield
      2017-03-26 21:23:23 +1300
      Harold Hill
      2017-03-26 20:05:32 +1300
      Lois Diana Mills
      2017-03-26 15:05:05 +1300
      Lois Diana Mills
      2017-03-26 15:04:00 +1300
      Olivia Morris
      2017-03-26 11:34:30 +1300
      Alice Talbot
      2017-03-25 22:15:38 +1300

      "Sorry to be missing the premiere. All the best xx"

      Prairie Pritchett
      2017-03-25 11:06:30 +1300

      "So proud of you woman! "

      Jessica Larking
      2017-03-25 11:00:26 +1300
      Fiona McPhee
      2017-03-25 09:35:58 +1300
      Victoria Haydon
      2017-03-25 09:02:02 +1300
      Nick jobling
      2017-03-24 23:44:32 +1300
      Kristin Boyes
      2017-03-24 20:01:00 +1300

      "Woohoo!!! Can't wait!!! "

      Sharon Parker
      2017-03-24 18:59:25 +1300

      "Go Ravel! "

      Kate
      2017-03-23 20:20:00 +1300

      "Looking forward to the play!"

      Kirsty Taylor
      2017-03-23 20:13:10 +1300

      "Go Annabel! So proud of you!! "

      Jennifer McDougall
      2017-03-23 12:53:27 +1300

      "Having seen the moments of the play I'm too sad I can't go to the production so here's what I would have paid for tickets."

      Sally Norman
      2017-03-22 21:41:24 +1300

      "'Action follow thought' "

      Brenda Jessup
      2017-03-22 20:31:39 +1300
      Frith O'Hagan
      2017-03-22 17:13:44 +1300
      Anonymous pledger
      2017-03-22 16:12:20 +1300

      Followers of Bring the world premiere of No Science To Goodbye to the Festival of Colour and BATS theatre

      This campaign was successful and got its funding on 08/04/2017 at 12:00 AM.